STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION EPISODE GUIDE: Details All 178 Episodes with Plot Summaries. Searchable. Companion to DVDs, Blu Ray and Box Set [NOOK Book]

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STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION EPISODE GUIDE: Details All 178 Episodes with Plot Summaries. Searchable. Companion to DVDs, Blu Ray and Box Set

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Overview

This digital episode guide is handy Nook companion. Use it to quickly find your favorite episodes, to answer triva questions, to test your knowledge of the show, and to relive your favorite episodes.

Each of the entries includes --
The exact name of the episode
The episode ID number
Date it was first aired in the United States
Detailed description of the episode.
Names of the celebrity guest stars
Episode specific trivia.

************> SAMPLE ENTRY <********************

Episode 125 (Season 5 - Ep 25)
THE INNER LIGHT
First aired: 06/01/1992
Guest stars: Margot Rose (Eline), Richard Riehle (Batai), Scott Jaeck (Administrator), Patti Yasutake (Alyssa Ogawa), Daniel Stewart (Young Batai), Jennifer Nash (Meribor)

Summary: Stardate 45944.1 An unassuming probe closes in on the Enterprise and causes Capt. Picard to lapse into a comatose state. To his perception, though, he has gained a life which he is living on a distant, comparatively primitive planet (no space travel) which is experiencing a catastrophic environmental disaster.

Details: On Stardate 45944.1, the Enterprise has just finished a magnetic wave survey of the Parvenium System, when they encounter an unknown probe which scans the ship and sends an energy beam to Captain Picard, rendering him unconscious. Picard wakes up to find himself on the surface of Kataan, a non-Federation planet; A woman identifies herself as his wife, Eline, telling Picard that he is Kamin, an iron weaver recovering from a feverish sickness. Picard talks of his past memories on the Enterprise, but Eline and their close friend Batai, convince Picard that his memories were only dreams, and acclimate him into their society as Kamin. Picard begins living out his life as Kamin in the village of Ressik, starting a family with Eline, and learning to play the flute. As the years pass in Kamin's life, he begins to notice that the planet is suffering a worldwide drought due to increased radiation from the planet's sun. He sends reports to the planet's leaders, who seem to ignore his concerns.***DETAILS CUT OFF DUE TO BARNS & NOBLE 5000 CHARACTER LIMIT, THERE IS MUCH MORE CONTENT.***
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    Posted July 19, 2012

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  • Posted August 19, 2011

    This book does not work on the Nook.

    As a nerd I love the idea of the TNG episode guide, but this book does not work on the Nook. Reading the book brings up page one (Encounter at Farpoint), but one cannot flip forward, or bring up a table of contents or the page scrubber. It would be nice if B&N could ensure that ebooks are in fact viable files as there is no return on electronic items and now I'm out three bucks.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 7, 2011

    Awesome

    I love all the star trek episodes they are so awesome Everyboby shiuld read this book You will definitly love it or your money back

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    Lea

    It ok but not good

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